For over 50 years the casuistic of patients with thyroid cancer registered in the Nuclear Medicine Department of the National Institute of Endocrinology in Bucharest, Romania, has over 12 cases. In the last 6 years, a total of new cases have been added. They are organized in a classic file format. As a necessity and the first step in order to build a digital national database, we developed the BIOMAT-ENDO software as a Windows Forms application that stores all the main data regarding the patient hospitalized in the department, starting with the first hospitalization, continuing with all the periods of radioiodine therapy papillary thyroid cancer new treatments the follow up.
Thyroid disorders. Part III: neoplastic thyroid disease.
Little JW 1. Thyroid tumors are the most common endocrine neoplasms. Most of these tumors are benign hyperplastic or colloid nodules or benign follicular adenomas.
A major clinical challenge is establishing which nodules are hyperplastic, benign, or malignant. History, clinical findings, ultrasonography, and fine-needle aspiration biopsy are the mainstays for diagnosis.
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There are 3 main histologic types of thyroid cancer: differentiated, medullary, and anaplastic. Differentiated lesions are subdivided into papillary, follicular, and Hurthle cell carcinomas. In addition, primary lymphoma may occur in the thyroid gland and other cancers may metastasize to the thyroid.
An important neoplastic syndrome, multiple endocrine neoplasia type 2 MEN2involves medullary carcinoma of the thyroid gland. In there were 10 cases of thyroid cancer per population.
The prognosis for anaplastic carcinoma is very poor and 5-year survival is rare. The dentist by inspection and palpation of the neck in the area of the thyroid gland may detect single or multiple lesions that may be benign or malignant. Patients with identified nodules or enlarged thyroid glands should be referred for diagnosis and treatment.
Patients with thyroid cancer will benefit from the early detection and treatment of their lesions as early detection can lead to a cure or prolongation of their life.